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1, From the time of Walpole they developed into a system of encouraging home manufactures and food producers while disadvantaging competitors.
2, Robert Walpole, as leading politician at that time, became indispensable to George I, despite their mutual dislike for each other.
3, For Walpole, population 3, 000,(http://sentencedict.com/walpole.html) complying with the legislation will be the single biggest capital expense of the year.
4, I venerate the memory of my grandfather(Horace Walpole.
5, All those man have their price . Robert Walpole.
6, Walpole became prime minister in 1722 in the wake of the South Sea Bubble scandal.
7, Sir Robert Walpole was the first "prime minister" of British Cabinet, who pursued peaceful foreign policy during his administration.
8, Under the obvious influence of Walpole and other writers, Poe assimilates the conventions of Gothic horror.
9, That celebrated interlude is associated with the strong preference for peace of Sir Robert Walpole.
10, If you enjoy your Saturday snooze or a weekend round of golf, give some of the credit to Sir Robert Walpole.
11, The newly appointed First Lord of the Treasury Robert Walpole was forced to introduce a series of measures to restore public confidence.
12, Sir Thomas More was a man of stately and handsome presence ( Horace Walpole ).
13, French literary patron noted for her correspondence with Voltaire, Montesquieu, and Horace Walpole.
14, I More was a man of stately and handsome presence ( Horace Walpole ).
15, Odgren will begin his sentence at the state's maximum - security prison in Walpole.
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